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Card games: Poker, patience, whist, etc.

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  • Card Games Properly Explainedby Arnold Marks

    Skyhorse Publishing 2010; US$ 12.95

    Do you turn down invites to poker games because you don?t know the rules? Then Card Games Properly Explained is the book for you. Arnold Marks?s handbook will teach you not only what you need to know to play the game, but how to play to win. He will teach you Whist and its variations: Solo and Napoleon; Poker and its variations like Seven Card... more...

  • Bridge Basicsby Ron Klinger

    Skyhorse Publishing 2011; US$ 12.95

    Bridge is hip for everyone nowadays! Played in more than 100 countries, Bridge has an enthusiastic following of more than 60 million people. Although many believe that bridge is simply an ?old person?s game,? more and more young people are taking it up, and now players in their twenties are beginning to win world championship titles. Completely updated... more...

  • I Am a Card Counterby Frank Scoblete

    Triumph Books 2014; US$ 12.99

    With the help of the easy-to-master steps in this book, even a novice gambler can go from being a traditional blackjack player to a card counter?an advantage player with a true edge over the house. For a dozen years, Frank Scoblete was a devastating card-counter, consistently beating casinos in Las Vegas, Atlantic City, and Tunica, Mississippi and... more...

  • The Younger Years of Lee Hoyleby Lee Hoyle

    Andrews UK 2010; US$ 8.99

    You may not yet have heard of Lee Hoyle. You soon will. This collection of anecdotes, memoirs and general musings will almost certainly have you laughing, and often bring a tear to the eye. Lee's unique style of writing adds to both the humour amd the drama of the chapters of his life and often enhances the emotion of the moment. This is a must-read... more...

  • Fading Hearts on the Riverby Brooks Haxton

    Counterpoint 2014; US$ 24.00

    Centered around multi-million dollar stakes and a series of nationally televised poker tournaments, Fading Hearts on the River offers a story of odds—the odds of a newborn surviving severe jaundice, the odds of Congress passing a law that renders one?s online gambling income inaccessible, the odds of drawing the right card on the turn or the river.... more...

  • Play and Win Mah-jongby David Pritchard

    Hodder & Stoughton 2013; US$ 11.59

    This is an essential handbook for anyone new to the game of Mahjong. It takes you from the very beginning - learning the rules, choosing a set (or playing online) to advanced advice on strategy and gamesmanship. Each stage of play is clearly explained with diagrams and instructions and with plenty of practical examples to help you learn. Full coverage... more...

  • Pokerby Phil Gordon; Jonathan Grotenstein; Jon Favreau

    Gallery Books 2004; US$ 19.95

    Like a secret society, poker has its own language and customs -- its own governing logic and rules of etiquette that the uninitiated may find intimidating. It's a game of skill, and playing well depends on more than just a good hand or the ability to hide emotion. The first step toward developing a style of play worthy of the greats is learning to... more...

  • Bad Beats and Lucky Drawsby Jr. Phil Hellmuth

    HarperCollins 2009; US$ 12.99

    Bad Beats and Lucky Draws is your down-and-dirty guide to the world of high-stakes professional poker. Phil Hellmuth, nine-time World Series of Poker Champion and author of Play Poker Like the Pros, presents a blow-by-blow account of many of poker's "clash of the titans" hands from the World Series of Poker, the World Poker Tour, and the European... more...

  • One of a Kindby Nolan Dalla; Peter Alson; Mike Sexton

    Atria Books 2005; US$ 16.00

    Stuey Ungar, the son of a Lower East Side bookie, grew up in a New York of the 1950s and '60s that was straight out of Damon Runyon. By his early teens, he had dropped out of high school and was spending most of his time in the city's under- ground card rooms. So prodigious was his talent for playing gin rummy that he soon found himself bankrolled... more...

  • Bigger Dealby Anthony Holden

    Simon & Schuster 2007; US$ 15.00

    In the years since Anthony Holden wrote his classic memoir Big Deal, the poker world has changed beyond recognition. When Holden played in the 1988 World Series of Poker there were 167 starters competing for a prize of $270,000. Since then, poker has become the world's largest single-competitor sport -- at the 2006 World Series there were almost... more...